Mr. Plutz will perform a wide-ranging program on the fine 2012 Nichols & Simpson Organ at St. Michael's.
Favorite works by French Composers Dubois, Fauré, Langlais, Lefébure-Wely, and Vierne
A sampling from the breadth of the organ repertoire from each of eight countries
Mr. Plutz returns to the Methuen Memorial Music Hall to play a program that will include works by Hollins, Purvis, Mendelssohn, Hirten, Flagler, Widor, and Vierne.
Two performances on the same day: 11:45 a.m. and 1:45 p.m.
For Mr. Plutz's Paris Debut, he will perform the complete Symphony No. 2 by Louis Vierne, in the Cathedral where Vierne was organist from 1900 until his death in 1937.
Date and Time are still tentative, but Mr. Plutz will perform all six Vierne Symphonies in one day: 3 before dinner, and 3 after.
To celebrate Louis Vierne's 150th Birthday (Oct 8, 2020), Mr. Plutz will perform all six organ symphonies in two concerts: Symphonies 1, 3, & 5 on Thursday, Oct 8, and Symphonies 2, 4 & 6 on Friday, Oct 9.
While specific times are still tentative, Mr. Plutz will perform three symphonies on Friday evening, teach a masterclass for Rice University Organ Students on Saturday, and perform the remaining symphonies on Sunday.